Can Radon Gas Cause Cancer?

The danger of radon gas in our homes - concept image with an outline of a small house with radon text against a cracked brick wall

Radon is a radioactive gas that can cause cancer. It can easily seep into homes and buildings undetected, so it is important to know what the risks are and take precautions. A professional should check radon levels in your home if you live in an area where radon accumulates or have been exposed to high … Read more

PineBreeze Radon Mitigation Introduction

Keeping your family safe by reducing the amount of radon gas in your home is very important. In Colorado, radon testing and radon mitigation are essential as the amount of radon gas in your home can be drastically reduced if detected and mitigated properly. Unfortunately, radon gas in Colorado is a common, naturally occurring radioactive … Read more

How to Measure Indoor Air Pollution

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It is important to note that the air inside our houses maybe five times more polluted when compared to the air that is outside. This is key to realize so that awareness can be spread not only on outdoor pollution that has been widely advocated but also in matters concerning indoor air quality and the … Read more

What is a Radon Mitigation System?

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Radon is a very harmful, potentially deadly, colorless, odorless gas that is located in approximately 50% (or closer to 75%, according to the EPA) of Colorado homes. There‚Äôs nothing anyone can do about that – Colorado is a state that sprang up over a wide and diverse area, however, geologically, the entire state shares one … Read more

How to Survive Radon Testing in the Spring

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Warm weather and flowering of plants characterize the spring season. It, therefore, makes an ideal time for deep cleaning. As you do your cleaning, you should not forget to test for the deadly radon gas. Radon Testing in the spring usually involves closing windows and doors to prevent compromising the results. With the windows and … Read more

What is a Radon Test?

The danger of radon gas in our homes - Radon Testing concept image with an outline of a small house with radon text against an old cracked brick wall

Radon is a gas that when exposed to high levels may lead to harmful effects such as lung cancer. The gas is colorless and odorless therefore detecting its presence is difficult. Radon is radioactive and is a result of the decaying process of uranium. Exposure is inevitable in low levels because it is present in … Read more